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- Communities of Scholarship and Practice
Communities of Scholarship and Practice
A Community of Scholarship and Practice (CSP) at Walden University is a CRS-sponsored eCampus group that supports faculty and student interactions around a topical area. CSPs can range from a small, by-invitation-only group of scholars working on a focused project, to a large, open-invitation community for all interested members of the academic community.
To Find a CSP
- Log into your myWalden University Portal.
- Under the Campus Life tab, click on the All Communities link on the left-hand side.
- Scroll through the Academics section of the list until you see communities that start with "CSP:" Please note that only "public" CSPs are viewable from within the eCampus all-communities list. If a CSP is "private", you will need to email the owner, and ask that he/she add you to the community.
- In a public CSP, use the "Request To Join" button on the top right, and follow the instructions.
To Request a CSP
- Click here for instructions on requesting and setting-up a CRS-sponsored CSP. If you have questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Featured Communities of Scholarship and Practice
Disaster Research Community
This community is comprised of a consortium of cross-disciplinary researchers exploring ways to improve interventions and assistance in situations of trauma and disaster.
Research in Online Learning
This community is comprised of researchers using both qualitative and quantitative approaches to investigate the nature of online learning and determine best practices.
Research in the Arts and Arts Education
The purpose of this developing community is to create a network of faculty able to serve and support students with arts based dissertations and doctoral studies. Collaborative research opportunities are also being discussed.
Social Change Interdisciplinary Research
This is a community of faculty and students from different programs. The purpose is to research on social change, with an interdisciplinary scope. This interdisciplinary research will try to reintegrate knowledge, culture, politics, and business over sound and reliable values.
LGBT Issues Research Group
The purpose of the LGBT Issues Research Group is to establish a diversity-affirmative community to support and promote faculty and student research and development in gender, sexuality, and sexual/gender identity / orientation.